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More than 100,000 in Spain anti-crisis protests

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AFP
June 20, 2011

MADRID – More than 100,000 protesters took to the streets in Spain on Sunday blaming bankers and politicians for causing a financial crisis that forced the country to adopt painful spending cuts.

Demonstrators of all ages linked to a movement called the “indignants” also protested against crippling unemployment and a failure to take on government corruption.

The El Mundo newspaper, quoting police sources, said as many 40,000 protesters flooded streets in Madrid.

In Barcelona, the nation’s second-largest city, police said 50,000 people turned out, while groups of several thousand demonstrators rallied in other cities.

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